Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Tuna and Seafood For Your Health

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of HealthyTuna.com. All opinions are 100% mine.

Ever since I was a little girl my Mom always made Tuna Casserole. I remember having it all the time growing up. It is a quick and easy recipe. Here it is:

Tuna Fish Casserole. Cook a 16 oz. package of egg noodles. Drain. Add 1 can drained tuna fish, 1 can cream of mushroom soup, and about a can and a half of milk. Stir & heat up a little more. Serve.

That's all there is to it. And it is so delicious. I was brought up on Tuna Fish Casserole and I have since incorporated it into meals with my own family. My son in particular likes it.

I remember even making it for myself in College. And when I first moved into my house, when I was pregnant with my daughter. Because it is a very economical meal, and so easy to make.

There is some confusion on weather or not seafood is good for pregnant women. So much so that some pregnant women stop eating seafood altogether during their pregnancies.

Although it is true that women should stay away from fish with a high mercury count, such as shark, mackerel, swordfish, tilefish, other fish is actually a good idea to eat. Such as healthy tuna.

A recent scientific study shows that seafood and tuna are healthy for pregnant women. Seafood is a great brain booster and good for your heart. The study also found that women who skip eating seafood during pregnancy can suffer more from depression. Seafood is an important part of a pregnant woman's diet and is also important for the growth and development of small children too. So go ahead make some Tuna Fish Casserole tonight! I feel like having some now!
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